Leftover-white-fish-recipes, use leftover fish to make fish and rice bowls i like to combine leftover rice, leftover fish, and either cooked vegetables, fresh greens, or berries to make a fish and rice bowl. sometimes i substitute pasta or quinoa for the rice. then i choose a salad dressing and drizzle it over the top.. Leftover fish or meat, about a lb or less works (i ve used salmon), good-sized baking potatoes, about 7 oz each, shredded cheddar or other cheese, milk, eggs, margarine, chopped parsley, if desired, minced onions (green, white or red), black pepper and salt, only if needed 30 min, 9 ingredients flounder fish salad (alton brown), the best leftover fish recipes on yummly | individual bacon-wrapped meatloaves, lemon garlic herb baked tilapia, roasted halibut with beurre blanc.
Both flaky and lean white fish are easily recycled into new recipes. flaky varieties such as tilapia, trout, whiting, flounder, and red snapper make great fillings for fish tacos or seafood enchiladas when lightly marinated in cumin, lime juice, and minimal amounts of salt and pepper., fish cakes - mix your cooked fish with some mashed potato - make into cake shapes, dip in seasoned flour, rest in the fridge for about 30 minutes (the fish cakes, not you) and then fry about 5 minutes either side. twice as much potato as fish, or if you've only got a small amount, then add some canned seafood to bulk out the cooked leftover fish..
Add leftover, flaked fish to drained white beans, sliced red onion or scallions, garlic, thinly sliced celery (optional). toss lightly with a lemon or plain vinegrette. you can also add flaked fish to potato salad., any food that we don’t finish, we store it in a container, pop it in the fridge, and warm it up the next day. that is any food but fish. understandably so, because who actually wants to be a victim of the reek that’s been churning overnight into something much more potent than what it once was..
Here’s the scene: you bought the freshest salmon the fish market had to offer for a dinner for four, when your friends suddenly cancel, leaving you with twice as much fish as you need., use steamed, poached, or baked fish in this sandwich. it's a great way to use leftover grilled fish too. any firm white fish, such as tilapia, snapper, or grouper, works well.
Place cooked fish into a large bowl and flake into small pieces with a fork. add sour cream, egg, celery, capers, green onion, salt, and pepper; stir to combine.